Our Licensed Insolvency Trustees

  • Larry Crandall, LL.B., CIRP
    Licensed Insolvency Trustee

    Larry obtained his law degree from the University of New Brunswick in 2005. He was admitted to the Law Society of New Brunswick shortly after and then continued to practice with a law firm in Saint John, NB. Larry’s law practice was focused on corporate and commercial insolvency but he also worked on consumer files on behalf of creditors.

    Larry joined Grant Thornton Limited in 2009. Larry obtained his designation has a CIRP (Certified Insolvency Restructuring Professional) and became a licensed insolvency trustee in 2013.

    Larry is a refreshing professional who wants to help individuals and entrepreneurs who need a FreshStart. Larry's primary focus is in the consumer practice of Grant Thornton Limited. Larry is fluently bilingual.

  • Kristi Neilsen (Stuart), BComm, CIRP
    Licensed Insolvency Trustee

    Kristi is fluently bilingual and has worked with us since 2003. She previously worked in the financial services sector, working primarily in client service.

    In 2016, she won the gold medal for finishing the Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professional's 2015 National Insolvency Exams with the highest standing in the country.

    Kristi spends most of her time in our consumer practice and is responsible for ensuring that those who contact us for initial assistance with their financial difficulties are looked after. She is warm and outgoing and provides advice in a professional and empathetic manner.

  • Henry Francheville, CA, CIRP
    Licensed Insolvency Trustee

    Henry joined Grant Thornton Limited in November 2010 after working the prior five years with PricewatehouseCoopers Inc. as a Vice-President and trustee in bankruptcy in their Moncton office.  In that time he worked exclusively in the field of insolvency.  Prior to that, Henry had worked 20 years with local and regional Chartered Accounting firms providing accounting, taxation, insolvency and consulting services to corporate and individual clients.

    Henry’s work in the insolvency field spans close to twenty years.  He has worked with both business and consumer clients as well as serving a variety of secured lenders.  He receives personal and professional satisfaction in providing alternatives and guidance to those with financial challenges.

    In addition to his professional work, Henry has a long history of involvement in a number of business, non-profit and sport organizations in various capacities.

  • Jean Gogeun, CPA, CMA, CIRP
    Licensed Insolvency Trustee

    Jean has worked in the insolvency and restructuring field for the past 10 years, leading numerous corporate insolvency engagements. Prior to joining Grant Thornton Limited, he served as a Vice President with a New Brunswick insolvency practice, and worked on numerous financial advisory engagements. Jean is a Licensed Insolvency Trustee and if fluently bilingual. He looks forward to assisting clients with corporate insolvency challenges as well as helping consumers find the right debt solution.

  • Julie Molasky, CIRP
    Licensed Insolvency Trustee

    Julie joined Grant Thornton Limited in 2011 and subsequently obtained her designation has a CIRP and became a Licensed Insolvency Trustee in 2017. She has over 13 years of experience in most aspects of personal insolvency and currently manages the administration of our bankruptcy and consumer proposal files.
    When not working, Julie likes spending with her family and friends, going to the camp and bowling. Julie is outgoing, loves to laugh and likes to be busy.


  • Sarah Morrison, CPA, CIRP
    Licensed Insolvency Trustee

    Sarah joined Grant Thornton Limited in July 2014.  She is a native of Grand Falls, New Brunswick, and is fluently bilingual.  She became a Licensed Insolvency Trustee in May, 2018.

    Sarah manages our Grand Falls office, while frequently travelling to our Edmundston, Woodstock, and Bathurst offices to assist individuals who are seeking help with their financial difficulties. 

    Sarah completed a Bachelor of Commerce, with a major in accounting at Saint Mary’s University in 2001, and accreditation as a Chartered Accountant in 2003.  She worked for a national accounting firm for three years before returning to Grand Falls to manage a family-owned seed potato operation.  After selling the family business in 2013, Sarah set her sights on a career where she could leverage her passion for financial counseling.    

    When not at work, Sarah enjoys spending time with her husband and their four children, coaching mini-basketball and participating in triathlons.